elevator pitch

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elevator pitch

n
an informal an extremely short and pithy version of a sales pitch or business plan
[C20: from the idea that the pitch should be so short that it could be delivered during an elevator ride]
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Make sure your website, your Facebook page, your Twitter feeds, and your 30-second elevator speech are telling the same story about the business you are building.
Attendees will walk away with an elevator speech that helps them share their ideal referral so their business can grow.
Hone your ability to start goal-oriented conversations by doing research on people, practicing your elevator speech, and focusing on the other person rather than yourself.
Because a primary challenge students have is what to say when they first meet a potential employer, a third CPA describes the key components of an elevator speech and has volunteers demonstrate.
From developing an elevator speech to examining specific steps to success, this guide is helpful in laying out a template for transforming a staid organization into one that begins thinking outwardly and outside the box.
Have your elevator speech top of mind even at holiday parties so you can answer questions about what you do.
Because of this issue, the AMSN Board of Directors asked a task force of members to create a definition of medical-surgical nursing as well as an elevator speech we all can use when interacting with the public.
Prior to their job shadowing visit they will have their resumes revised and brought up to date, they will have prepared a one minute elevator speech to introduce themselves, and they will have done the expected research on the company or organization they are about to visit.
Everyone gets a chance to present their one-minute elevator speech to a minimum of 24 people.
Presentation is introducing yourself (or getting yourself introduced) to others, having great conversations, offering the infamous elevator speech and exchanging business cards.
Sjodin, founder and principal of Sjodin Communications, author of Small Message, Big Impact: The Elevator Speech Effect
Reversing typical roles, CEOs, CFOs and other senior pharmaceutical executives present the equivalent of an elevator speech to the financial community, providing overviews of their companies, plans, pipelines and strategies for the future.